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  • 21 Shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics - Men's moving target small-bore rifle — The men s moving target small bore rifle was one of 15 events on the Shooting at the 1908 Summer Olympics programme. Regulation of the equipment used in the event was done through allowing the use of .22 or .297/.230 caliber ammunition. The… …

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  • 22 radar moving-target indicator — radarinis judamųjų taikinių rodytuvas statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. radar moving target indicator vok. Bewegtzielanzeiger, m rus. радиолокационный индикатор движущихся целей, m pranc. indicateur radar de cibles mobiles, m …

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  • 23 The Moving Target Harper —    Voir Détective privé …

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  • 24 moving — mov|ing [ˈmu:vıŋ] adj 1.) making you feel strong emotions, especially sadness or sympathy deeply/very/profoundly moving ▪ Bayman s book about his illness is deeply moving. moving account/story etc ▪ a moving account of his childhood in Ireland ▪… …

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  • 25 target — /ˈtagət / (say tahguht) noun 1. a device, usually marked with concentric circles, to be aimed at in shooting practice or contests. 2. any object used for this purpose. 3. anything fired at or aimed at. 4. a goal to be reached. 5. Boxing, Fencing… …

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  • 26 target — tar|get1 [ targət ] noun count *** 1. ) an object that you have to hit in a game or sport: on/off target (=accurate or not accurate): Few players managed to get their shots on target. a ) a person, building, or area that someone intends to attack …

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  • 27 target — I UK [ˈtɑː(r)ɡɪt] / US [ˈtɑrɡət] noun [countable] Word forms target : singular target plural targets *** 1) an object that you have to hit in a game or a sport on/off target (= accurate or not accurate): Few players managed to get their shots on… …

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  • 28 Moving Targets Indication — MTI ist ein aus dem englischen Sprachgebrauch kommender und inzwischen weltweit verankerter Begriff aus dem Bereich Radar Zielerfassung. „Moving Target Indicator“ bezeichnet eine Baugruppe zur „Festzeichenunterdrückung“ in Radar Geräten. Da in… …

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  • 29 Target Field — Location 1 Twins Way (3rd Ave. N, between 5th St. N and 7th St. N) Minneapolis, Minnesota …

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  • 30 Target girl — is a term sometimes used in circus and vaudeville to denote a female assistant in impalement acts such as knife throwing, archery or sharpshooting. The assistant stands in front of a target board or is strapped to a moving board and the… …

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  • 31 Moving the goalposts — (or shifting the goalposts) is a metaphor meaning changing the target of a process or competition by one side in order to gain advantage.[1] Contents 1 Etymology 2 As abuse 3 As logical fallacy …

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  • 32 Target Corporation — This article is about the United States retail company and its stores. For the Australian retail stores, see Target Australia. Target Corporation Type Public company Traded as NYSE:  …

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  • 33 target — I n. 1) to aim at; hit; shoot at a target 2) to track a target 3) to miss; overshoot a target 4) a civilian; military; moving; stationary target 5) off target ( not accurate ) 6) on target ( accurate ) 7) (misc.) to use smt. as a target II v. (d; …

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  • 34 target — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 sb/sth that you try to destroy, hurt, steal, etc. ADJECTIVE ▪ favourite/favorite, frequent, important, likely, natural, obvious, perfect, possible, potential …

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  • 35 Moving image formats — This article discusses moving image capture, transmission and presentation from today s technical and creative points of view; concentrating on aspects of frame rates. Contents 1 Essential parameters 1.1 Image change rate 2 Capture 3 …

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  • 36 Target archery — Modern competitive archery is governed by the International Archery Federation, abbreviated FITA (Fédération Internationale de Tir à l Arc). Olympic rules are derived from FITA rules. FITA is the International Olympic Committee s (IOC) recognized …

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  • 37 moving — adj. VERBS ▪ be ▪ find sth ▪ I found the story intensely moving. ADVERB ▪ deeply, extraordinarily, intensely …

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  • 38 Moving Image Retoucher — M.I.R. Developer(s) HS ART Stable release v1.3 / January, 2008 Operating system Windows, Mac OS X Type Graphics …

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  • 39 moving the goalposts — Meaning Changing the target of a process or competition to by one side in order to gain advantage. Origin In use for some time but came into wide use in the UK during the 1980s …

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  • 40 running target — moving target, moving goal …

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